Jumbo-Visma have revealed their 2020 jersey, providing an update to their classic black and yellow strip.
The Dutch squad have ditched the faded black spots, replaced by block colours with a black strap across the yellow jersey.
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Dutch homewares store HEMA, which operates 10 stores in the UK and over 500 in the Netherlands, has also joined as a sponsor for the 2020 season. Their logo will be displayed on the chest and both sleeves.
The promotional photo of the new strip features a glimpse of Tom Dumoulin in his new team’s colours for the first time.
The Dutchman arrives from Sunweb after injury blighted his season and the relationship between the parties frayed. The 29-year-old is pictured alongside Primož Roglič and Steven Kruijswijk, with the trio offering a formidable trio of Grand Tour riders after the Slovenian won the Vuelta a España and Kruijswijk finished third on the podium at the 2019 Tour de France.
With leadership roles in Grand Tours now at a premium the team have already started divvying them up, as Kruijswijk has been confirmed as the team’s leader for the 2020 Vuelta a España, set to take place in eight months time.
Lotto-Soudal have incorporated black shoulders for a classy look as Philippe Gilbert and John Degenkolb arrive to compete in the Classics, while Deceuninck – Quick-Step’s iconic blue number has been updated to include a refreshing white chest.